The Health Services Department is responsible for addressing health and physical well-being of students as indicated in the Spokane R-VII School Board Policy.
Kerri Davis, RN will divide her time between the High School and Middle School campus and will be available during normal school hours.
Kerri Davis, RN
Spokane Middle School
Spokane High School
Little Owls Learning Center
443-3506 Ext: 214 or 503
Colby Molloy, LPN
Highlandville Elementary School
443-3361, Ext: 116
When should I keep my child home from school?
Virtual Clinics in Schools
Bringing the Right Care to Our School
Several health conditions can be treated through our Virtual Clinic without your child leaving school.
These include, but aren’t limited to:
• Bug bite
• Rash or skin irritation
• Ear infection
• Sinus infection
• Head lice
• Stomach flu
• Minor injuries
• Strep throat SPONSORED
We’ve partnered with CoxHealth to bring a Virtual Clinic to our school. With Virtual Clinics in Schools, your child has access to great health care without leaving campus when they get sick during school hours.
During your child’s visit, they’ll meet with a licensed physician or nurse practitioner using state-of-the-art video conferencing equipment at school. If you can’t be with them during the visit, you can join the conference using your mobile device, minimizing disruptions to your daily schedule.
To participate, complete the Consent to Treat form and return it to the nurse’s office or your child’s homeroom teacher.
The first Virtual Clinic is housed at the Spokane Middle School. We hope to have a second one housed at Highlandville Elementary in the future. Parents can transport their elementary children to the Middle School for services.
The hours of the clinic are: 8:30am to 3:00pm
Click on the link to learn more about Virtual Clinics in School FAQ
Informational Video Link - https://youtu.be/WgIJdeIhL6s